High-Temp and Nickel Alloys

What are Nickel Alloys?

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Iron, aluminum, copper, titanium, and chromium are frequently used in creating nickel. It is regularly used in industry. Every year, 90% of the fresh nickel sold is converted into alloys.

One kind of nickel alloy that is frequently utilized in homes is stainless steel. This substance can tolerate temperatures of more than 1000 °C, resist oxidation, and keep its weldability, usability, and durability in difficult circumstances. Its lifespan is longer than that of other metals, averaging 25 to 35 years. Industry leaders favor using this content because it offers:

  • Increased adaptability
  • Superior resistance to corrosion
  • Magnetic properties
  • Electronic attributes
  • Aversion to oxidation
  • More tenacity
  • Stronger properties at both low and high temperatures

Being one of the most useful materials in the world, Nickel is also one of the most recycled. In stainless steel goods, around half of the nickel was previously recycled.

How to Recycle Nickel Alloys

When you contact Finger Lakes Recycling, we handle recycling on your behalf. In Western New York, we provide the greatest prices on nickel alloys. The nickel alloy is reused in a variety of applications after we collect your waste metal, including:

  • Cell phones
  • Food preparation equipment
  • Medical equipment
  • Laboratory equipment
  • Transportation
  • Aircraft materials
  • Building materials
  • Aircraft and power turbines

Sell Your Nickel Alloys

When you work with Finger Lakes Recycling, selling your scrap metal is easy. We provide great pricing and kind customer service. We offer scrap container services to sort, store, and transport their metal if you have a lot.

Contact us to learn more about our scrap prices. Call us at 585-762-9080 to get started today.

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